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Welcome to the Stockbridge Police Department's website. In an Emergency call 911. Have a question, problem, or concern? We're not just here to respond to emergencies. We are happy to take non-emergency calls at 413-298-4179. Or visit us in person at 50 Main Street, behind the Stockbridge Town Offices. We are open 24/7 if you have questions. The Stockbridge Police Department is committed to providing quality service, working in partnership with the community to solve problems, and promoting values that enhance the quality of life in Stockbridge.
 

Be prepared before you head out on the roads this winter. Check with the National Weather Service for the latest report and forecasts on your local weather.

 

Be Courteous, Please Remove Ice/Snow from Your Vehicle Before You Go! As we start on this winter’s snow season, the Massachusetts State Police would like to remind you to clean […]

 

The Stockbridge Chief of Police, Robert M. Eaton, Jr., announces the Town of Stockbridge’s annual winter parking ban, which begins on November 15, 2015 and remains in effect until March […]

 
 

Latest Posts

 
  • Massachusetts Most Wanted

    Can you help identify any of these people from Massachusetts’ Most Wanted List?

     
  • Silent Call Procedure

    It can clearly be a scary time if you have dialed 911 in an emergency. Even more so if you are unable to speak for whatever reason. Print out these […]

     
  • South County Towns Pledge to Shares Resources

    South County Towns Pledge to Shares Resources

    Town Administrator, Jorja Ann Marsden, was on hand with Gov. Baker, Lt. Gov. Polito and Rep. William “Smitty” Pignatelli to sign alongside 16 other South County towns pledging to share […]

     
  • Parking Ban in Effect

    The Stockbridge Chief of Police, Robert M. Eaton, Jr., announces the Town of Stockbridge’s annual winter parking ban, which begins on November 15, 2015 and remains in effect until March […]

     
 
 
 

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